This week I reviewed Latin’s Not So Tough from Latin’s Not So Tough is a Classical Latin Curriculum designed for young learners. We received level 2, but they have levels 1-6 available.


The beginning levels start mostly with vocabulary lessons. Once you get to Level 3 you start with simple sentences, then all the way to Level 6 where you are writing and translating.

What’s the Cost? Each level is different, but the full set for Level 2 is $51.40. It comes with a Student Workbook, Answers Key, Full Text, Quizzes/Exams, Flashcards on a ring, Pronunciation CD or Cassette, and Classical Alphabet Books. Click here to see the Pricing for all of the Levels.

What did we think? It was a bit confusing to learn the same letters only with different names and sometimes different sounds as well. I think it would be better suited for kids who are a bit older and aren’t working on learning to read. I do like how the workbook is laid out, with plenty of review and practice. The curriculum relies heavily on flashcards which I’m not too fond of just because they are boring, but you can easily turn the review into more fun games on your own.

Latin’s Not So Tough is designed to be a self-teaching workbook oriented program, so if you are looking for something that is fairly easy for your students to work on independently then it would probably work well for you. They also offer a pronunciation CD to help you with anything that is confusing.

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Disclosure: I am member of the TOS Homeschool Crew. GreekN Stuff provided me with a free copy of Latin’s Not So Tough to review on my blog. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but were not influenced by the company or the free product provided.


  1. Thanks for this review. I have checked out Powerspeak as well, from the last review you did. I got the demos. Went through Spanish and it looked good. Went through Latin and I was surprised they didn't have as much to demo in there for it. I just didn't like it as much as the Spanish. I wonder if they are in the process of improving that area. I guess I could find out. I work for k12, who owns powerspeak, anyway. 😉

  2. We use Latin's Not So Tough here, and we LOVE it. My boys beg for more Latin, and it's done wonders for their vocabulary and comprehension. Honestly I can't say enough good about it. They actually even like the flashcards, and we play lots of games with them, their favorite is Latin Jeopardy 🙂

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